On-Foot Shots of the adidas Y-3 Kaiwa

Coming this Fall.

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At this year’s SS19 Paris Fashion Week showing of Y-3, fans were quick to notice a series of updated adidas Y-3 sneakers making their first appearance. Among them, were new colorways of the Y-3 Kaiwa, which is deceivingly lightweight, despite its heavy-looking midsole, and large tongue. Offered in two black-and-white iterations, we now get an on-foot look at the predominantly black version.

Check out the photos above, and expect to see these officially drop this Fall, though they are available for pre-order on Barney’s now. In other footwear news, take a look at the rumoured BAPE x adidas collaboration.

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